It’s been one of the most dramatic days FactCheck can remember.
Britain has voted to leave the EU, the Prime Minister is going to resign, there’s turbulence in the financial markets and Harry Styles has reportedly signed a solo record deal.
We don’t have much more of a clue than anyone else about what the future holds, but we did learn a few things about Brexit today.
Yes, there was a generation gap…
After the result was announced this morning, the suggestion that older voters had swung it for Leave quickly began to circulate on social media.
Oddly, much of this was based on opinion polls carried out before the vote – the same polls which predicted the wrong result!
But by the afternoon we had some better statistics, courtesy of Conservative peer and pollster Lord Ashcroft.
He surveyed 12,369 people after they voted, asking detailed questions about who they were and why they voted Leave or Remain.